French Open History Made With First-Ever Qualifier In Finals


The seeded women players have been falling away steadily in the current French Open. This has left the field for upcoming stars with many qualifiers taking advantage. One particular player Argentine  Nadia Podoroska has made it a first in the long history of the French open . As a qualifier (a player outside the main rankings) to beat a top seed and qualify for the semi finals singles. She has played with impressive accuracy and determination and now has an opportunity to make further first time records. It is very heartening that young players are coming through the ranks and convincing themselves how good they are.

A possible opponent for her is a teenager and it has been an amazing tournament for her too. As a result, women players appear to have plenty of candidates waiting to enter the seeded ranks. As opposed to getting through on winning a qualifying tournament.

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